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I have a shell script for backups and I need the Weekday of tomorrow.

$Today = $(date +%a)
#$Tomorrow = ?
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$ date +%a --date="tomorrow"
Thu
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@Martin - by the way, I didn't know this previously, but the answer was in the first link for a google search for "linux date tomorrow". – EEAA Mar 19 '14 at 21:00
    
Thanks, I googled Ubuntu shell date – Martin Mar 19 '14 at 21:06

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